OSOWOversize/Overweight (transportation)
OSOWOperations Short Of War
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The development and use of multistate, multimodal OSOW corridors and an evaluation of their efficiencies is an area that has not been explored in as much detail as OSOW permitting and harmonization, or more general work in the area of modal diversion and shift.
OSOW movements by their very nature are not typical highway loads and thus present significant potential for movement on rail lines and waterways.
There is a need to develop a set of multistate case studies to establish best practices for OSOW corridor data collection and management to more fully utilize the currently collected information on permitted loads.